I love the Modern Faerie Tales by Holly Black, Harry Potter, the Young Wizards series by Diane Duane, anything and everything by Tamora Pierce, the Thief and sequels by Megan Whalen Turner, anything by Laurell K Hamilton, Patricia Briggs, Den of Shadows quartet by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, and tons more that are on display in my closet and thus too far away for my piteous vision to identify at this point in time.
Oh, good lord this always a marathon list. As just about any Tumblr-er I grew up on HP, but I also looooove Garth Nix's Old Kingdom trilogy, R. A. Salvatore's War of the Spider Queen and Drizzt Do'Urden books, anything Simon R. Green or Jacqueline Carey. The Redwall Books and everything Mercedes Lackey has ever written ever. Charlaine Harris and Holly Black are excellent, too. (My apologies for giving authors, but specific titles is far to long a list)
My favourite books are: Murphy's Boy, Ghost Girl, Twiligh Children, One Child, Carrie, Misery, Shining, Lisey's Story, The Little Prince, Divine Evil, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons, A Child's World
My favourite books are Artemis Fowl, Percy Jackson, Bartimaeus Trilogy (funny, nobody's said that one), His Dark Materials, White Fang, The Kane Chronicles, The Heroes of Olympus, anything by L Frank Baum, and fanfiction.
My favorite books are The Uglies Series, Matched, The Looking Glass Wars trilogy, The Mortal Instruments, I Am Number Four (the book is much better than the movie), The Hunger Games trilogy, and all things faerie or supernatural!
I don't have favorites, but I enjoy the following: The Bible. Harry Potter series. Phantom of the Opera. By The Time You Read This I'll Be Dead. The Mortal Instrument series. A Tale of Two Cities. ANYTHING by Shakespeare. Let Me In. Fahrenheit 451. Frozen Fire.
My favorite books are The Harry Potter series, The Reader, The Silence of the Lambs, The Hours, Atonement, The Hobbit, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, The Chronicles of Narnia, and the list goes on forever.
Favorite books: They change every season. At the moment it's Perks of Being a Wallflower, Warm Bodies, Will Grayson will grayson, Peter and Max: A Fables Story, The Series of Unfortunate Events and there is so much more.
I hope this is the “Inbox” :) I absolutely love The Foundation Series (really all Asimov); A Song of Fire and Ice; Perks of Being a Wallflower; Cormac McCarthy’s The Road; Neil Gaiman’s American Gods; The Ultimates graphic novels; Jack London’s Call of the Wild; Phillip Pullman’s His Dark Materials, The Hobbit; and The Black Cauldron Series. :) Woot!
Favorite books? Prepare for a litany. Harry Potter. The Night Circus [Reading it now and oh my god it's amazing]. The Adoration of Jenna Fox. The Name of This Book is Secret [I LOVE LOVE LOVE the whole series.]. The Mysterious Benedict Society. If I Stay. A Great and Terrible Beauty. A Brief History of Montmaray [Pecular book. I honestly can't tell you whether I liked it or not. It was so strange.Just read it.]. Molly Moon's Incredible Book of Hypnotism. [WAY too young for me but I still love it
Ah, the hardest question I've ever been asked. Mine (forgoing books that everyone likes i.e. Harry Potter and such) are Good Omens (basically all of Neil Gaiman's books), Lord of the Flies, Wuthering Heights, ... ugh. Can I just say every good book in the world? :D That's our trouble I suppose... too many good books.
Holly Black, Melissa Marr and Charles de Lint all do wonderful Urban Fey stories. And O.R. Melling's The Chronicles of Faerie [The Hunter's Moon, The Summer King, The Lightbearer's Daughter and The Book of Dreams] is very good as well.
Why did you post an ask that says someone's favorite book is Mein Kampf? This book is the autobiography of one of the worst people in human history, who caused the horrible, tortured deaths of millions of people. This book outlines his political idealogy. It also contains Hitler's blatant anti-Semitism and his decision to exterminate millions of Jews. Why that would be anyone's favorite book, I have no idea, and your choice to publish that ask shows a disrespect for the Holocaust.
I don’t think it shows disrespect for the Holocaust at all. I think it would be a fascinating book to read. To see what his life was like and see what went on in his mind. Maybe see a bit of what made him up as a person ad why he acted the way he did.
I really like books about people and their lives and how they think and what goes through their minds regardless of what it is. I’m a fan of seeing why people act the way they do and what they think about.
To be honest, I like books about people. Hitler was a person, and a person is a person. And not only is he a person, but he’s a person with a book. A book that has a story, that would be interesting to read. I bet there’s a lot you could learn about people and their minds and how things affect them in certain ways and how they form certain ideas.